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Hey everyone. I'm new here. Sorry if this is a silly question.

After years going back and forth from the US to AUS, I'm finally ready to submit my Partner visa application onshore. I'm currently in Australia on a Visitor subclass 600 visa. I came originally on an ETA and planned on applying then, but due to unforeseen circumstances I had to apply for my current visa as an extension to stay in the country.

I've read about the NO FURTHER STAY condition before. Some sources seem to make it sound like it is always a condition of Subclass 600 visas, and that it is the responsibility of the visa holder to know that it's in effect. But checking the status of my visa, via the visa grant notice itself, and on the VEVO app and online, it states nothing about the NO FURTHER STAY condition. The only conditions listed are no working and maximum study 3 months.

So the question is, is it possible for the NO FURTHER STAY condition to be an unlisted, automatic condition that I'm simply meant to know about?

Thanks in advance for any help in this matter.
 

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Thanks for the reply. I was pretty certain I didn't have it, but it's easy to second and third guess myself with such important matters.
 
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